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Invisible differences : a story of Asperger's, adulting, and living a life in full color / story by Julie Dachez ; adaptation, illustrations, and colors by Mademoiselle Caroline ; Inspired by and in collaboration with Fabienne Vaslet ; [translated by Edward Gauvin].

Dachez, Julie, (author.). Mademoiselle Caroline, 1974- (artist,, colorist.). Vaslet, Fabienne, (contributor.). Gauvin, Edward, (translator.).

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  • 12 of 14 copies available at Bibliomation. (Show)
  • 1 of 1 copy available at Salem Free Public Library.
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Salem Free Public Library YGN DAC (Text to phone) 33640143769887 Young Adult Graphic Novel Available -

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General Note:
"Originally published in French under the following title: La différence invisible © Delcourt Mirages 2016."--Title page verso.
An autobiographical comic based on the author's experience with Asperger's.
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 195-196).
Summary, etc.:
"Marguerite feels awkward, struggling every day to stay productive at work and keep up appearances with friends. She's sensitive, irritable at times. She makes her environment a fluffy, comforting cocoon, alienating her boyfriend. The everyday noise and stimuli assaults her senses, the constant chatter of her coworkers working her last nerve. Then, when one big fight with her boyfriend finds her frustrated and dejected, Marguerite finally investigates the root of her discomfort: after a journey of tough conversations with her loved ones, doctors, and the internet, she discovers that she has Aspergers. Her life is profoundly changed - for the better" --Amazon.
Language Note:
In English. Translated from the French.
Subject: Dachez, Julie > Comic books, strips, etc.
Asperger's syndrome > Comic books, strips, etc.
Young women > Comic books, strips, etc.
Self-acceptance > Comic books, strips, etc.
Asperger's syndrome > Fiction.
Genre: Graphic novels.
Autobiographical comics.

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